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English Grammar Pill: Modal Verbs (Part 3) – How to use Modals of Probability (Deduction) In this final part of my modal verbs series, I’d like to address modals of probability (or deduction). We use modals to talk about the chance or probability that something will or will not happen in the future. We call them degrees of probability. Source: The EFL SMART Blog
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Simple Past - Grammar for Kids (Past Simple of Regular Verbs) (Past Simple of Irregular Verbs) (Regular/Irregular Verbs) Bradley´s Matching Pairs- The crazy teacher's blog Possessive Case Posted by thecrazyteacher on gennaio 31, 2013 Si può usare il Genitivo sassone anche quando il possessore è: - nazione o città Es: London’s squares are large. (“Le piazze di Londra sono grandi”) esercizi di inglese da stampare? Scarica: Tutti gli esercizi del sito in pdf: PDF su scribd Tutti gli esercizi del corso base del sito in pdf: PDF su scribd Teacher's Corner: Comparatives and Superlatives - Adjectives This activity describes how Activate: Games for Learning American English “Picture This – Same and Different” game cards can encourage students to use comparative and superlative adjectives as they discuss groups of related items. These game variations enable students to practice using comparative adjective forms and a variety of vocabulary items in fun, creative, and personally meaningful ways. Level Intermediate and above Language focus Grammar: comparative adjectives and/or superlative adjectives Speaking: comparing and contrasting, explaining an opinion
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